IVRCL bags three order worth Rs832.51 crore news
12 April 2010

Chennai-based IVRCL Infrastructures & Projects said today that it bagged three orders worth Rs832.51 crore to execute three projects in Mumbai, UP and the northeast region.

The first order, valued at Rs460 crore and to be completed in 48 months, has come from the water resources department of Mumbai for engineering, manufacturing, supply, supervision, erection, testing, commissioning and putting into commercial use of pump-turbine, generator-motor and associated equipments at Koyna left bank power station (2*40 MW).

The second order has been bagged from the Power Grid Corporation of India, Gurgaon worth Rs250.54 crore for tower package under transmission system associated with Pallatana GBPP and Bongalgaon TPS in North Eastern Region.

The project is to be completed in 30 months.

The third order valued at Rs121.97 crore is from Tamil Nadu-based FYSmidth Pvt. Ltd. is for the entire civil works for coal handling plant package for Rihand Super Thermal Power project, stage III at NTPC Rihand in UP.

The project is to be executed in 36 months.

Last month, IVRCL had bagged four orders worth Rs868 crore, two from Bangalore and one each from Bihar and Tamil Nadu.

With the latest orders, the company's order books has gone up to over Rs23,700 crore.





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IVRCL bags three order worth Rs832.51 crore